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Making use of the clever Simon Hope laser kit hollowing system, Les Thorne turns a vase in English yew before adding texture to the outside and an ebony insert to create contrast
Matthew White takes inspiration from a vintage effect hall tree and creates his own walnut version that incorporates even more storage space – perfect for keeping your winter accessories tidy
When small isn’t beautiful
Whether you’re a fan of new or old saws, Gary Cook’s tips on resurrecting these handy bench tools will certainly pay dividends
Keen toy and model maker Derek Lane jumped at the chance of building this scale model of an Australian 1988 Series II Mack Superliner, and what a great job he did!
Our step-by-step guide to an essential array of dovetailing techniques
Les Thorne decides to do battle with a piece of brown burr oak and the end result is certainly striking, not to mention functional
Liven and brighten up a corner of any room with this clever shelving solution from Noah Weinstein
The coracle, a small keel-less boat, has always been used as a means of fishing or transportation. Here, John Greeves takes us through the steps for making one that are used by Mark Aplin on his dedicated courses
Calling upon past experiences and demonstrations at clubs, Andrew Hall shares the secrets behind the making of one of his small signature turned hats
Tasked with another restoration job, this time Peter Bishop gets hands-on with a lovely wind-out mahogany extender
Glenn Perry makes use of a repurposed elm plank and comes up with a unique design for a three-legged stool’s central stretchers, which are cleverly joined by a central sphere
Mike McCrory’s growth chart project is not only beautifully hand-crafted, but also visually appealing and entirely functional
This simple project by Janice Anderssen uses basic materials to make a tool box that also doubles up as a handy step stool
James Trimble suggests some great tips for turning pens and takes you through the process of turning your own nonconformist version
Bob Chapman’s turned version of a 13th-century Chinese jar is a real delight, but it remains to be seen if it will survive for as long as its pottery counterpart
John McMahon of the John McMahon School of Fine Woodwork shares his advice on turning professional.
Owning a small lathe doesn’t have to limit the size of project you turn. Here, Les Thorne offers a clever solutiopn that will allow you to make a large vase in two parts.
With over 40 years’ woodworking experience under his belt, former cabinetmaker turned box maker Steve Altman’s passion for what he does is abundantly clear
Annemarie Adams takes a simple design for a wooden whistle and gives it wings
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